I had a need to modify code written using Pyro so that objects on localhost could be exposed remotely. I have never worked with Pyro before so I was in some hysteria. I was ready to try though.
If you look at Pryo servers, the URI from the daemon is a very long string like the following:
That is a rather long URI and the number changes on every service start up (obviously like a GUID or time based id). So on the client side, is this my URI? Is it too late for love?
Well, no. Here is a quick guide for how to use the special URI strings and you can be a Pyro Animal.
For name servers, you can use:
For straight remote access (otherwise called the regular method):
So, it isn’t as bad as it initially seems. No Foolin’. Finally, Armageddon It.